Emigration out of Schleswig-Holstein in the 19th century refers to the movement of people leaving the region of Schleswig-Holstein, located in Northern Germany, to settle in other parts of the world. This was a widespread phenomenon during the 19th century, particularly in Europe, as people sought better economic opportunities and political freedom. Many people from Schleswig-Holstein emigrated to the United States, Canada, Australia, and South America. This period of emigration had a significant impact on the demographics and economy of Schleswig-Holstein and the regions to which people emigrated.
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